FCCO Spay/Neuter clinics for feral and stray cats

Jun 28, 2012

Colony of 41 feral cats all spayed/neutered

No more kittens for this mama cat!
No more kittens for this mama cat!

Amie is like many caregivers - she kindly put out a bowl of food for a few feral cats. Not yet altered, these cats had kittens and those kittens had kittens. Soon she was up to 41 feral cats. That's a huge number to feed, never mind the spay/neuter medical expense. She was grateful to find the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon. Not only did we have enough traps so that she could manage to bring the cats to clinics in just two trips (31 feral cats together on her first trip!), but we have generous donors that understand the importance of spaying/neutering who helped pay the medical expenses for the cats surgeries. Forty-one cats is a lot of cats, but Amie now knows the colony won't be producing any more kittens.


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Devon Jahn

Development Coordinator
Portland, OR United States

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